When around-town adventures dominate your day, the Arc'teryx Caliber Cardigan fleece sweater offers technical features united with urban functionality.
|Back length (in.):||Unavailable|
|Fabric:||Polartec polyester microfleece|
|Sleeve length:||Long sleeve|
|Arc'teryx Caliber Cardigan||$95.99 - $149.00|
My friend has the Caliber Cardigan and wears it on chilly days in the slot canyons of Utah. He said it was pretty wind resistant and lightweight which made me want one, but I hate not having a hood to help keep my neck warm. I got super excited when I say this one and I snatched it up! It does block the wind fairly well and is incredibly comfortable because of the soft Micro Marled fleece, but I did notice it was a little heavier and made of slightly different material than the hoodless version and the hood was a little to open for what I want it to be used for. It ended up not being what I'm looking for for a specific use, but is excellent for any type of casual wear around town or at home.
Arc'teryx website says it weighs 1.2lbs.
Bought this as a Xmas gift and am happy to say it was well received !! Fits well., fabric is lovely and schnuggly (my words not his...!) and is an instant favourite :D
I was hoping for a more athletic fit. The waist almost seemed stretched out before I even wore it.. At 6'4"195lbs I'm used to clothes not fitting properly just not from reputable companies like arcteryx.... At the very least I'd ask for a drawcord at the waist.
I really love the Caliber cardigan and pullover. I was excited to see a hooded version, but I'm disappointed in its fit. It seems baggy around the upper body (of which, I admit, I have little) and midsection. If I extend my arms upward and outward it looks and hangs great, but how long can I stay like that? The material is nice, but seems different than the standard Caliber. The inner hood is lined with a smooth material. I probably use my Calibers more than either the Covert or Delta LT because they occupy a niche between the other two, but this version struck me the wrong way. Soapstone is a very nice dark gray, though.